Chinatown Melbourne 墨尔本唐人街
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Stroll to Little Bourke Street to experience the food culture & excitement of China Town
Chinatown - good vibe here where you can get variety of Chinese food. Take a tram from Bourke street to Swanston street and walk towards north side to Lonsdale street
Melbourne's own Chinatown on Little Bourke street - great restaurants and shops selling everything Chinese
Great for authentic Chinese food. Personal favourite of mine Bamboo House.
Step through the grand red gates of Melbourne's Chinatown and enter a whole new world of Asian cuisine, karaoke, cocktail bars and fashion boutiques. Explore the strip of nineteenth century buildings between Swanston and Spring streets on Little Bourke Street – Australia's oldest Chinatown. …
An ethnic enclave in the Central Business District of Melbourne consisting of numerous laneways, alleys and arcades filled with Asian inspired eateries serving various cuisines and culinary delights.
Melbourne's china town is bursting with flavours from Asia. let the smells guid you to some amazing eateries.
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